Hormone levels could be indicator of cardiac death risk, study finds

05/12/2013 | DoctorsLounge.com

A study presented at the Heart Rhythm Society's annual meeting revealed that both men and women who had suffered cardiac death had elevated levels of estrogen and a lower testosterone-to-estrogen ratio than those who had coronary artery disease. The results may help identify high-risk patients, researchers said.

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